As a writer, it is necessary not only to think about what you say, but how you say it. To communicate effectively, it is not adequate to have well organized ideas expressed in complete and sentences that are coherent paragraphs. One must also think about the style, tone and clarity of his/her writing, and adapt these elements into the audience that is reading. Again, analyzing an individual’s audience and purpose is key to writing effectiveness. To be able to select the most effective language, the writer must think about the objective regarding the document, the context by which it is being written, and who can be reading it.
Characteristics of Effective Language
Concrete language includes descriptions which create tangible images with details your reader can visualize. Abstract language is vague and obscure, and does not think of specific images that are visual. Think about the two sets of statements below. Continuer la lecture de Effective Use of Language.The Need For Language